A Key Largo local advised us to visit Nest Key (bayside) in the Everglades National Park. It's one of the few places where boaters can make a landing in the Park (most keys are closed to visitors landing). We were able to find the key and subsequent anchorage rather easily. The water is a nice depth, people are friendly (and not overbearing with their music) and it's a great place to watch the sun go down. I've also been amazed at how little trash there is on the island. As much as we love Elliot Key, Sands Cut or Boca Chita the amount of trash spread throughout the area can be depressing. We can all do better. One word of caution though. The horseflys can get a little vicious this time of the year. Here's a couple shots of Nest Key. Enjoy.